Utah prosecutors didn't have to rely solely on interviews, ballistic reports and the autopsy to determine if a recent fatal police shooting was justified — they had a recording of the events taken by the body camera worn by the officer.
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted 24 minutes ago
An organization that offers free bereavement photos for families who have lost a premature or stillborn infant is seeking more volunteer photographers to keep up with the demand in the Salt Lake City area.
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Flu like symptoms aren't always what they seem. For one Utah boy, there was much more at risk.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue | posted 53 minutes ago
A Utah Rivers Council report released Tuesday shows significant water savings if eight selected cities phased out property taxes going to water districts. Residents would pay more, but water would be saved in the nation's second most arid state.
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A few key factors make it more likely that Utah's gay marriage case could be selected first to be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, Utah legal experts say. The Supreme Court is deciding this week which cases to take for it's next term, which begins October.
KSL.com | posted Sep 29th - 9:16pm
A man wanted on warrants from three different police jurisdictions was arrested in Farr West early Monday morning after police say he ran onto I-15, jumped into a woman's vehicle and attempted a carjacking.
Sandra Yi | posted Sep 29th - 8:37pm
Cleanup continues in Carbon County Monday night after severe storms caused flooding in homes throughout the county this past weekend.
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted Sep 29th - 8:29pm
Three police officers sat at a small round table while others chatted with people in booths in the crowded McDonald's. All the while, the aroma of black coffee wafted through the air. Welcome to Coffee with a Cop.
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